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It's easy really. These are the upcoming 7 games for ourselves and the rivalring teams. I have included Swansea but not WBA as I think the former will pose a greater threat and finish the season better than the Baggies.

Current table after 23 games:
4. Tottenham 41
5. Everton 38
6. Arsenal 37
7. Liverpool 34
9. Swansea 33

Arsenal (a) 3
Man C (a) 1
WBA (h) 3
Swansea (h) 3
Wigan (a) 1
Tottenham (h) 3
So'ton (a) 3

Norwich (a) 1
WBA (h) 3
Newcastle (h) 3
West Ham (a) 1
Arsenal (h) 0
Liverpool (a) 0
Fulham (h) 1

Bitter Blueshite
WBA (h) 1
Villa (h) 3
Man U (a) 0
Norwich (a) 1
Reading (h) 3
Arsenal (a) 0
Man C (h) 0

Liverpool (h) 0
Stoke (h) 3
Sunderland (a) 1
Villa (h) 3
Tottenham (a) 3
Everton (h) 3
Swansea (a) 1

Sunderland (a) 1
West Ham (a) 1
QPR (h) 3
Liverpool (a) 0
Newcastle (h) 3
WBA (a) 1
Arsenal (a) 1

Projected table after 30 games
4. Liverpool 51
5. Arsenal 51
6. Tottenham 50
7. Everton 46
8. Swansea 43

Now lets hear the verdict of the inherently negative darksiders. ;D

Liverpool FC, football, sport / 2012/13 fixture list.
« on: June 18, 2012, 12:51:36 PM »
A tough opening awaits Anfield legend in spe Brendan Rodgers with the opening 3 homegames to ManC, Arsenal and ManU. I don't care as much about the points as I do with watching a new attitude and approach emerge. If we can get some 16-20 points from the opening 10 games I will be more than pleased. Roll on the new season!!!

18 Aug 2012    West Brom  A           
25 Aug 2012    Manchester City  H         
1 Sep 2012    Arsenal  H             
15 Sep 2012    Sunderland  A             
22 Sep 2012    Man United  H         
29 Sep 2012    Norwich  A             
6 Oct 2012    Stoke City  H           
20 Oct 2012    Reading  H             
27 Oct 2012    Everton  A             
3 Nov 2012    Newcastle  H           
10 Nov 2012    Chelsea  A       
17 Nov 2012    Wigan  H             
24 Nov 2012    Swansea  A           
27 Nov 2012    Tottenham  A           
1 Dec 2012    S'hampton  H           
8 Dec 2012    West Ham  A             
15 Dec 2012    Aston Villa  H         
22 Dec 2012    Fulham  H             
26 Dec 2012    Stoke City  A           
29 Dec 2012    QPR  A         
1 Jan 2013    Sunderland  H           
12 Jan 2013    Man United  A             
19 Jan 2013    Norwich  H             
29 Jan 2013    Arsenal  A           
2 Feb 2013    Manchester City  A             
9 Feb 2013    West Brom  H           
23 Feb 2013    Swansea  H         
2 Mar 2013    Wigan  A   
9 Mar 2013    Tottenham  H           
16 Mar 2013    S'hampton  A         
30 Mar 2013    Aston Villa  A
6 Apr 2013    West Ham  H           
13 Apr 2013    Reading  A       
20 Apr 2013    Chelsea  H           
27 Apr 2013    Newcastle  A     
4 May 2013    Everton  H           
12 May 2013    Fulham  A             
19 May 2013    QPR  H     

Liverpool FC, football, sport / LFC part company with Dalglish
« on: May 16, 2012, 06:10:28 PM »
From the offal:

 Search for new Manager begins immediately as owners pay tribute to 'legend' Dalglish
Fenway Sports Group (FSG) and Liverpool Football Club announced that Kenny Dalglish is to leave his post today as Manager after having his contract terminated.
After a careful and deliberative review of the season, the Club came to the decision that a change was appropriate. It is not a decision that was reached lightly or hastily.
The search for a new Manager will begin immediately.
Principal owner John Henry was fulsome in his praise for the outgoing Manager.
"Kenny will always be more than a championship winning manager, more than a championship winning star player. He is in many ways the heart and soul of the club. He personifies everything that is good about Liverpool Football Club. He has always put the Club and its supporters first. Kenny will always be a part of the family at Anfield.
"Our job now is to identify and recruit the right person to take this Club forward and build on the strong foundations put in place during the last 18 months."
Liverpool Chairman Tom Werner said it was a tough decision, but ultimately one that needed to be made.
"Kenny came into the Club as Manager at our request at a time when Liverpool Football Club really needed him. He didn't ask to be Manager; he was asked to assume the role. He did so because he knew the Club needed him. He did more than anyone else to stabilize Liverpool over the past year-and-a-half and to get us once again looking forward. We owe him a great debt of gratitude.
"However, results in the Premier League have been disappointing and we believe to build on the progress that has already been made, we need to make a change.
"We are committed to delivering success for our supporters and our ambition remains resolute to return this great Club to the elite of England and Europe, where it belongs."
Kenny Dalglish's departure brings to an end his second spell at the Club where, as a player, he won numerous honours, including six English league titles and three European Cup trophies. As Manager he won three league titles, two FA Cups and of course this season, the Carling Cup.
Dalglish said he is proud to have served such a great Club.
"It has been an honour and a privilege to have had the chance to come back to Liverpool Football Club as Manager. I greatly appreciate the work that Steve, Kevin, the players and all of the staff put in during my time and feel proud that we delivered the Club's first trophy in six years winning the Carling Cup and came close to a second trophy in the FA Cup Final. Of course I am disappointed with results in the league, but I would not have swapped the Carling Cup win for anything as I know how much it meant to our fans and the Club to be back winning trophies.
"Whilst I am obviously disappointed to be leaving the football club, I can say that the matter has been handled by the owners and all concerned in an honourable, respectful and dignified way and reflects on the quality of the people involved and their continued desire to move the football club forward in the same way as when they arrived here.
"I would like to thank all of the staff at the Club for their effort and loyalty. I said when first approached about coming back as Manager that I would always be of help if I can at any time and that offer remains the same.
"Finally, I want to put on record my heartfelt gratitude to Liverpool's fans, who have always given me and the Club their unwavering support. Without them neither the Club nor I would have achieved anything."

Author: Liverpool FC
Tagged:dalglish , fenway sports group , fsg , henry , john henry , kenny dalglish , tom werner , werner

Liverpool FC, football, sport / Gary Ablett - RIP
« on: January 02, 2012, 12:10:25 PM »
I was very sad to learn about the loss of a memorable player. He came in pretty late but still managed two titles and a Cup win (and what a cup win it was). I hate cancer. It's so unfair. My condolences to his family.

RIP Gary and thanks for everything!

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